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CNN
Jan 19, 2010 10:00pm EST
. a huge political story here in the united states right now. let's show you the results of this election as we have them right now. almost 100% of the precincts counted, 96%. scott brown, the republican with 52%, martha coakley, the state attorney general, 47%. more than 100,000 vote margin right there. a significant win for scott brown. let's go to john king. he's over at scott brown's headquarters where there are a lot of happy people right now. set the scene for us, john. i assume we're getting ready to hear from the winner of this race. >> reporter: we are waiting to hear from scott brown, a state senator, wolf, who will soon become a republican united states senator from massachusetts, for the first time in 30 years. and scott brown will take a seat held by the liberal ted kennedy for nearly 50 years. that, in itself, a big message from the people of massachusetts tonight. not only to their own leadership here, but to the president of the united states and to the national democratic party. scott brown in a state that barack obama won 14 months ago by 26 points. scott brown
CNN
Jan 20, 2010 1:00am EST
the nation's capital. there's a new united states senator from the state of massachusetts, scott brown. he decisively beat martha coakley 52% to 47%. they have nice turnover. more than 2 million voted. 99% of the precincts reporting. let's going to scott brown's he had quarters. >> john kink is owe ever there. >> wolf, for the balloon drop a few momenting ago, victory. this is what it looks like in massachusetts. they're up on the stage with supporters. the confetti and xwloons are still falls in this hall. skolt bruin started on off with a con sill tear speech and saying he spoke with president obama and hoped to work with him. we may tribl but to senator kennedy and he said he hoped that people view him as part working. in his remarks scott turned deup fint and he said it says a trillion dollar health care plan and it would raise taxes and kill jobs chls he said he would fight in the war on terror for taxpayer dollars to use for layers to definite them. 46 years, and a democratic ted kennedy held that seat. scott brown will go to wadz soon and he will go with a message. >> the
CNN
Jan 18, 2010 10:00pm EST
united states. there's not the infrastructure that we would expect in the united states. the u.s. government is not responsible for, you know, the governing haiti and, yet, you know, there are ships offshore. there's a lot of expectation of aid and a lot of people are still dying. that is the bottom line, you know, at the end of every single sentence. people who don't need you are still dying. sanjay has seen the shortage up close. friday if you were watching the program, i hope you were, sanjay worked all night to care for more than two dozen patients in a field hospital. he was the only doctor remaining after a belgium medical team left the hospital because someone there had security concerns or the boss, the man in charge with them, had security concerns. some patients had just had surgery. sanjay's new team assisted that person. take a look at what happened friday. >> there is a patient here who had significant, what's called necrosis, where parts of her leg died as a result of crush injury. i'm trying to assess what's best for her. another patient over here had a significant
CNN
Jan 11, 2010 10:00pm EST
for president of the united states, trust me, this chairman and the dnc would be screaming for its head very much as they were with trent lott. >> trent lott was forced to step down as senate majority leader back in 2002, after saying in a public speech essentially the country would have been better off if people elected strom thurman in 2008. joining me, soledad o'brien. roland rye martin. political daily writer for the daily beast. if the republican had said this would people be freaking out more? >> absolutely. look, let's be honest about it. there is a double standard. here is the difference when you begin to dig deeper. that is you look at a person's history. you look at also what they said and the context of what they said. and so if you're talking about senator trent lott, when you look at the comment, america would have been better off had he been elected, he ran on a segregation ticket as a dixiecrat. you hear that comment, it's a whole different deal and the fact lott, his voting record, "f." reid, "a." your history plays a role. i don't care what the story is. when you h
CNN
Jan 5, 2010 1:00am EST
where the president of the united states, of course, would be taking the oath of office on january 20th and addressing the world with his inaugural address. they took it quite seriously in the last 48 to 72 hours before the inauguration. increasingly they were picking up signs that made them feel like this was a serious and possible threat. they met repeatedly with each other. old team, the bush team, the new team, the obama team, during this transition period in order to figure out what to do about it. it was a moment of quiet tension there for a new president who was just about to take office. >> i understand president obama canceled a rehearsal of the inauguration. when was the president actually briefed? do you know what his reaction was? >> he was kept up to date in the few days leading up to the inauguration. there was one moment in particular we write about in the magazine, the night before the inauguration, his counterterrorism adviser john brennan and a couple foreign policy advisers jump into the limousine with him as he's heading off to an inaugural events to tell him the lat
CNN
Jan 9, 2010 1:00am EST
united states supreme court. no major cases have been prosecuted in a military tribunal since world war ii. we know that if he goes into the united states district court he is going to come out with a life sentence without parole and that will be the end of it. i think that's a safe and appropriate bet for the government to say. >> commander lippold, do you think, though, he should be handled by the military? >> absolutely. i mean, that argument that jeffrey just made sounds real good, but the reality of it is, this administration has recognized the military commission system is a proper venue. they're going to take the principal conspirator for the attack on uss cole and try him via the military commission's process. i doubt the administration would do that especially after the president met with those families in february and looked them in the eye and said they would see justice served. put the principal conspirator through a process they didn't believe would work and, in fact, render the verdict that we need to see. >> commander, do you think it was a mistake to try richard reid
CNN
Jan 5, 2010 10:00pm EST
justice. i think the president of the united states has a solemn responsibility to obtain credible information to prevent future tag, giving this young man the rights of the american civil justice system, tens us the opportunity to treat him as an enemy combatant. the supreme courters have held the legality of military tribunals where they don't have to give them due process rights. this is a country, america, that is at war right now and treating this issue as a legal matter is a terrible miss taefl particularly when this terrorist individual in question has already indicated there are other people who are seeking to come to the united states to carry out terrorist acts. we need to treat this as a matter of war. >> did you give that speech when mr. bush and mr. cheney were prosecuting mr. moussaoui? you were in the white house. did you resign in protest? >> the difference here, of course, is that richard reid was on an airplane. we did not have the same system in place after 9/11 that we do here now. why after we know that there is credible information that seems to indicate that
CNN
Jan 21, 2010 1:00am EST
united states senate from the very blue state of massachusetts. >> people and the pundit, i'll let them determine what this means in terms of the national race, but i think it's important to know that the main thing that they want is good government back and to be part of the process. i think they sent a very, very powerful message that business as usual is not going to be the way we do it. >> senator-elect scott brown today. he defeated martha coakley by 5 percentage points or about 100,000 votes. john king is at the magic wall. it was a very impressive victory. there was very nice turnout for a special election. >> very nice turnout and everybody, the democrats and republicans trying to learn what happened to massachusetts and what might it mean for elections later this year. let's look at the key turning points. one thing was the democratic candidate ran against scott brown saying he was a republican like bush and cheney, he would take america back with the theme. one thing that scott brown did was he said, no, if he wanted to go back to anything, it was this. >> the billions of
CNN
Jan 2, 2010 1:00am EST
visa to the united states and spent the month of august. he's denied a student visa because the school he says he's applying to doesn't exist. two months later in august of 2009, he goes to yemen, and they seem his u.s. visa there and his passport and let him in. he stays there until december. during that time american officials say there were communications between terrorists in yemen and a person called the nigerian. abdulmutallab's father meets with cia officials at the american embassy in nigerian. his name is added to a terror watch list but not to the no-fly list. december 16th, 2009, he buys the one-way ticket to detroit at an airport in ghana with cash. a clear warning sign that was missed. that's the time line. let's bring in peter bergen, one of the few westerners who met and interviewed osama bin laden. this cleric, what do we know about him? apparently he had contact with the nigerian and general hasan. >> he was in northern virginia in a post-9/11 period. he was not supposed to be militant. he seems to have become a moorad callized, perhaps a stint in a yemeni jail
CNN
Jan 8, 2010 1:00am EST
trying to hit the united states to actually making it a real threat. that is what has changed everything on the ground here in yemen but also for the obama administration. to give the administration a little bit of credit, i've been tracking officials that have been coming to yemen now for months and months. it has been on the radar, anderson. the problem is no one, as we've been saying, connected the dots and said, look, operationally they now have more operatives, al qaeda operatives than there are in afghanistan. they have the capacity to do this. more than that, anderson, this is a place where they're recruiting teenagers every day to al qaeda and that just failed to show up on the radar. >> all right. we're going to have more with our panel in a moment. let us know what you think at home about what the president said today. does it make you more confident? join the live chat right now at ac360.com. >>> what the tsa cameras didn't show because they weren't recording. our first look at the security breach that shut down one of the busiest airline terminals in the country. i
CNN
Jan 22, 2010 10:00pm EST
living in the united states. we're trying to track that down. we don't want to just -- none of us can imagine just leaving and having monley still one of the many unaccounted for or not knowing what's going to happen to him. every day, i mean, you are saving lives every single day. it's got to be so frustrating not having the supplies you need especially in the early days. >> it is. imc has done the great job supplying the things we need and not have had an issue with it. everything we've asked we've gotten. they've done a great jobs -- >> like at a general hospital -- was it two days ago, like in the morning they had to delay surgeries because they didn't have surgical bloods. >> i think imc has stepped in to help with the different operating rooms and to start functioning. and sergeants are coming in on a regular basis now. >> where did you find the x men shirt? >> it was donated in a box. so i thought since it was brugt and red he might be spotted. in case we needed to look for him. >> we went to his house today. totally destroyed. they buried his mom and dad nearby. it's going to
CNN
Jan 19, 2010 1:00am EST
the united states really. it's had a long relationship with lots of countries i've been involved with, united states, france, and it's like a desperately poor place. when these terrible disasters happen in a very poor place, it's magnified over and over and over and over what it would be in a country that was more accessible with more infrastructure left and so on and so forth. this is a huge, massive disaster for one of the poorest, poorest countries. it's so poor, it's very hard to describe how poor it is compared to all the other countries in our hemisphere. >> larry: we're raising a lot of money for haiti tonight, and that's the number one thing they need. what have been your feelings as you've watched this disaster? >> well, you know, an earthquake is -- it's like an incredibly, physically damaging but it's very psychologically damaging, because all the laws that govern your life, the ground beneath your feet, everything happening to you is destroyed in those moments. you know, your whole psyche is upset, and of course, the tremendous physical damage because the buildings ar
CNN
Jan 28, 2010 10:00pm EST
haitian ambassador to the united states. raymond joseph. i have a transcript of the conversation our producer had be the ambassador. i want to show you other pictures of the ambassador taken last night at the state of you the union address. the ambassador seated there behind the first lady. quote, i saw the piece he reported last night, meaning me, i saw he accused me of not wanting to talk to him. i think he should understand and you should understand i'm in washington, d.c., not in haiti. again, the ambassador went on to say how can i comment on things on the ground? if he needs something in the united states, my jurisdiction, i will comment. our producer said, have you spoke with anyone from the government in haiti? the ambassador said, i have no more to tell you. our producer asked if he had spoken to anyone from his government and he hung up on our producer. we headed to the government's temporary command center by the airport and managed to get ahold of the minister of information. take a look. the bodies are just being dumped on the ground. >> which bodies? >> the dead people.
CNN
Jan 27, 2010 11:00pm EST
about 40% more negative. let's come out here, bring a map of the united states, take a closer look. here is the national map. let's go, for example, to the show me state, the state of missouri. from there, 773 messages we have calculate sod far, 47 of them positive about 38% negative, 15 more in the middle. let's see more in the middle. eager to see exactly how obama plans to help college students, going to be one soon. all politics is local, you might say in the show me state. one more critical, if he want others health care solutions then open the doors to negotiations, let the republicans in as well, let us see that, mr. president. that a key republican line in recent weeks. let's see that look at another place, remember, massachusetts, wolf that brought us a republican in ted kennedy's old seat. what is the reaction in that states that thank has had so much to do with the current political climate, 49% supportive, 15% in the middle. look at some of the tweets from massachusetts. oh my god, education reforms, i hope, hope, hope those go through. supportive there of the president
CNN
Jan 15, 2010 1:00am EST
, tell my wife i'm alive. tell my kids in the united states i'm alive. we're going to play as many of the messages as we can over the next couple days and put them online for you as well to keep people in touch. there is a massive amount of supplies and people on the way here. so much so that my understanding is charter flights were canceled because there's kind of a bottleneck at the airport. a lot of problems, the port here is damaged, of course. the situation at the airport is difficult. recipients of the aid are displaced. many people kind of simply wandering around tonight trying to find a place to stay. we want to check in with the american red cross, who we talked to last night. you came from the airport. what's the situation there? >> i don't have the information on the actual commercial flights, but certainly it is a bottleneck there. there are planes, cargo planes unloaded. >> you're seeing -- i haven't been over there. you're seeing relief, like large planes coming in? >> absolutely. >> great. >> enormous cargo planes. currently two plus a number of other planes transportin
CNN
Jan 22, 2010 1:00am EST
politics here in the united states tonight. starting with the news that sent bank stocks plunging today. one year after his full day in office, president obama called for new limits on wall street banks. listen to this. >> we have to enact common sense reforms that will protect american taxpayers and the american economy from future crises as well. for while the financial system is far stronger today than it was one year ago it's still operating under the same rules that led to its near collapse. never again will the american taxpayer be held hostage by a bank that is too big to fail. >> the president's proposal needs the approval of congress to take effect, but there was no mistaking a change in mr. obama's tone. he said today he's ready for a fight if that's what the financial industry wants. he made a promise to the nation's mayors telling them his budget for the upcoming fiscal year will include more investments in sfe cities. ed henry is joining us. what's the answer, ed? >> reporter: what's driving this is long before the massachusetts senate race this president was taking o
CNN
Jan 29, 2010 10:00pm EST
allowed children to leave haiti and complete adoptions in the united states, far more than were adopted in haiti in all of 2009. officials shook off criticisms that the process is too slow. >> it will be as rapid as it can be, but we want to make sure that ultimately our paramount importance is making sure the children are properly cared for and the process works to put them in the right homes and so they can enjoy a brighter future. >> reporter: u.s. parents are eager to get their children out. twice this orphanage has taken frail children to the u.s. embassy on overheated buses hoping to push through their adoptions. the house of god's children had 135 orphans at the time of the earthquake. today there are only about two dozen left and the u.s. embassy promises that some might get out tonight. >> i guess our child is in that group, right? >> reporter: kim harman got the news in the middle of our interview that jonsley may be one of them. >> i'll have to check with my people on the ground in haiti and send them over to the embassy because now they'll be able to start handing out humani
CNN
Jan 7, 2010 10:00pm EST
security situation in the united states. we're going to look at what happened at newark airport in a little bit. >>> right now, let's talk strategy with senior political analyst david gergen, national security analyst and former bush homeland security adviser francis townsend. paula noonen, on the ground in yemen reporting from where this plot was hatched. the president took personal responsibility for the failure. said it is not a time for partisansh partisanship but citizenship. the gop is coming out against this. >> that lasted about five minutes, didn't it? the one thing he did do was something that a man on this program a couple nights ago said he had to do, take personal responsibility for this, as john k. kennedy did after the bay of pigs and ronald reagan did after the marines blown up in the early 1980s. that w a step forward. to believe that this is going to end the partisanship over this issue i think doesn't reck nice current political realities. republicans believe deep in their bones this would not have happened had it not been for a certain complacency or people taking
CNN
Jan 26, 2010 10:00pm EST
court records say a guy walks into the office of united states senator mary landrieu in a federal building in new orleans says he's waiting for someone to show up and then he takes out a cell phone and starts taking pictures when two other guys walk in. the two other guys are in outfits and hard hats, they looked like they were ready to go down in manholes, then they start checking out the office phone desk, they claim they've got to do some repairs, one things leads to the next, a building staffer asks them for credentials. a total of four guys end up getting arrested. one of them is james o'keefe, he's believed to be the same james o'keefe in those controversial videos where he dressed up like a pimp and embarrassed the a.c.o.r.n. community activists. >> do we know what the motivation was behind this? why senator landrieu? >> it's not clear, i don't think there's anybody that believes that the result was going to be flattering to senator landrieu. she did put out a statement tonight and said it's very unusual, somewhat unsettling for her and her staff, she said she is as interes
CNN
Jan 13, 2010 10:00pm EST
have connections with the united states. we have so many people come up to us and say can you pass along a message to my loved one back home and nothing more heartbreaking a man came up to me earlier today and said can you please call my wife and tell her i'm alive? we heard a lot of that in katrina. i talk to jacques and suzanne debrosse, they want their daughter, melanie, to know they are safe, have a police to sleep tonight and they are doing the best they can. but they are safe and you know, they are doing -- they are doing okay. just wanted to pass along one message, one from the many people we heard from today. >>> coming up after this break, we will show what you gary tuchman saw on the streets of port-au-prince today in multiple locations throughout the city. an unbelievable sight he saw. we will be right back. >>> sometimes you a drive along streets, doesn't look like there is much damage and then you come upon a structure like that that is just completely destroyed. welcome back to our continuing coverage live from port-au-prince. going through to the midnight hour here.
CNN
Jan 21, 2010 10:00pm EST
with parents in the united states. what about all the kids who remain here whose parents have now died? in the pediatric ward today we met a little boy. he knows his first name. his name is johnny. he doesn't remember his last name. his parents are dead. he has no clothes. he has a broken leg and has nowhere to go. the nurses who are caring for him, they're not going to let them leave their tent. they don't know where he's going to go or what he's going to do. there are many patients facing an uncertain future like him. >>> tonight, we begin with the question of looting. we've seen scavenging than looting. desperate people looking for food. seen some incidences and police fire in the air to ward off looters. we showed you that show a few days ago. today our karl penhaul came across a scene we had not seen before. three men shot in the back by haitian police officers. over bags of rice. take a look. >> reporter: as we drove up to this busy cross roads just beyond the port-au-prince airport, we spot two haitian police officers detaining two young men. then a single shot rang out. as
CNN
Jan 14, 2010 1:00am EST
loved ones back in the united states. it is an overwhelming task, as you can imagine. there's so many haitian americans who have connections with the united states. we've had people come up to us, can we pass along a message to someone back home. can you please just call my wife and tell her i'm alive. the kind of thing we heard a lot in katrina. i spoke to suzanne and jacques debourcy. they want their daughter melon to know they're safe and they have a place to sleep tonight. they're doing the best they can. they're safe and they're doing okay. just wanted to pass along one message from the many of people we heard from today. coming up after this break, we'll show you what gary tuchman saw on the streets today. multiple locations throughout the city, an unbelievable sight. some people like to pretend... a flood could never happen to them... and that their homeowners insurance... protects them. it doesn't. stop pretending. it can happen to you. protect your home with flood insurance. call the number on your screen... for your free brochure. >>> sometimes you drive along streets a
CNN
Jan 15, 2010 10:00pm EST
across to loved ones in the united states, we're trying to help reunite as many families as possible. my next guest, ross has kel and jeanne griffith are in the process of adopting a little haitian boy named alexander david who survived the earthquake but is now stuck in haiti in the orphanage you just saw in gary's piece. you heard the report and we have video of alexander with one of the women who runs the orphanage and a quick clip from her and we'll try to show you as much video of him as we could take. take a look. >> so who is this? >> this is alexander. >> how is he doing? >> he's doing good. everybody's kind of the same, they all are a little bit scared if any cars come by too fast or an airplane flies over, everybody jumps and cries for a second, because they think it's happening again, but other than that, they're still acting normal, playing, playing with their friends, eating normally, you know, just surprised. they're little babies so they don't know what's going on and as long as we're here together i think they'll feel safe. >> what's going through your mind as you see
CNN
Jan 7, 2010 1:00am EST
seen to be a puppet of the united states. you know, anderson, we're going right back down that road again, going down in pakistan. you can help, you can aid, you can get that intelligence in, but you can only go so far and that is because of the anti-americanism that still remains quite deep here. you know, anderson, think about this. we just had a report that said that intelligence in afghanistan really has not been very effective for almost a decade. yemeni officials telling me still when we ask americans what do you know about yemen, do you know what the biggest lerchs is? that chandler from an episode of "friends" decided to escape to yemen in one episode. one side they are laughing but the other, how are we going to expect some good support from our western allies and how far behind the eight ball are we right now with these al qaeda cells? right now there could be more al qaeda operatives in this country right now than there are in afghanistan. >> paula, stay safe there. >>> coming up next, a battle on the high seas, a whale hunting ship and anti-whaling activist collide. who'
CNN
Jan 12, 2010 10:00pm EST
. especially to the united states. to do what they did for us. but in 2008, when four hurricanes hit haiti in a matter of they have weeks. at that time the u.s. had dispatched the u.s. comfort off the coast of haiti. i hope that that will be done again. and be able to take care of the wounded. we don't know how many. and help us in this dire situation we find ourselves in. >> haiti has seen not just those hurricanes but an untold number of difficulties. the haitian people are remarkably strong. what is your message to them tonight? and to those watching around the world who might want to help. >> my message to the haitian people is to remember that we can in the world as a nation because of unity. in fact, that was the slogan that brought us to the world. in unit why you this is strength. in time like this, i am asking that they work together and bring all the efforts in the concerted manner to help those back home. and i'm asking the world also to remember, especially our brothers and sisters to remember that in 1800, 1804, when haiti became independent, there were two und countries
CNN
Jan 13, 2010 1:00am EST
. i am appealing to the world, especially to the united states, to do what they did for us back in 2008 when four hurricanes hit haiti in a matter of three weeks. at that time the u.s. had dispatched the u.s. comfort, a hospital ship off the coast of haiti. i hope that that will be done again. be able to take care of the wound wounded. we don't know how many, and help us in this dire situation that we find ourselves in. >> haiti has seen not just the hurricanes but, i mean, an untold number of difficulties. the haitian people are remarkably strong. what's your message to them tonight and to those watching around the world right now who might want to help? >> my message to the haitian people is to remember that we came in the world as a nation because of unity. in fact, that was the slogan that brought us to the world. in unity there is strength. in times like this, asking the haitians who are abroad to work together and bring all the efforts in the concerted manner to help those back home. i'm asking the world also to remember especially our brothers and sisters in south america to
CNN
Jan 1, 2010 10:00pm EST
entry visa to the united states and spent the month of august in houston. what should have been the first warning flag, may 2009, abdulmutallab denied a new british student visa because the school says he's applying to doesn't even exist. so just two months later in august of 2009, he goes to yemen and they see his u.s. visa on his pat port and they let him in. he stays in there until december and now it's during that time american officials say there were communications between terrorists in yemen and a person called the nigerian. now, november 19th, abdulmutallab's father fearing his son is prefaparing for a suicide mission meets with cia officials at the american embassy in nigeria. his name is added to terror watch list but not the no-fly list. december 16th 2009 he buys the one. way ticket to detroit in ghana with cash. clear warning signs that were missed. that's the timeline. let's bring in peter bergen, one of the few westerners who has met and interviewed osama bin lad laden. al awlaki had contact with major hasan. >> he was supposed to be not particularly militant accordin
CNN
Jan 27, 2010 1:00am EST
. thank you for being with us. your father had a remarkable career. he served the united states in the foreign service for 21 years. >> yes. >> do you feel the state department has done enough to look for him and to reach out to you and the other families? >> i feel like in a situation like this there's no right or wrong. i don't know what can be done. i know that the government was really -- there was no contact with them for the first week. and then this past week we've gotten more contact and more information, but all we really want is to bring our dad home, however that can be done. and honestly i don't know what more could have been done, because i don't know how to deal with a disaster like this. clearly nobody does. >> and lauren, i can tell you personally he i was at the site today, and as you probably know, it's a very difficult site for these folks to work at, but they're doing it with great dignity and taking it very personally, all the search and rescue people that are there. i don't know if that gives any comfort, but i can tell you it's not the scene we're seeing else
CNN
Jan 1, 2010 1:00am EST
has been celebrated around the world so far. how it's being celebrated around the united states. tonight don lemon, poppy harlow in the crowd. >> who? don lemon and who? >> poppy harlow. >> poppy harlow. >> yes. >> there's someone on the channel named poppy? it's not her deal she has to give the money back because he name's poppy? this is the other side of the apoll list? >> poppy, lance in las vegas. midnight run in new york central park. the shoe drop in key west, florida. new year's in -- >> we could have been in hawaii? we got this gig? >> this is the best gig in the planet. >> i might get fired? >> you night get fired. i would ask you what words you can't say but you can't say them. >> i know. have you seen the new show with courtney cox? it's "cougar town." do you like dogs? do you have a shitzu? i like dogs. >> anyway, we're going to be here starting, yeah, so -- yeah. going to be a long night. i've already started to sweat. let's check in with don lemon. >> how's poppy? >> we're going to check in with poppy. >> let's check in, shall we? don, poppy, how are you doing? >> don think
CNN
Jan 19, 2010 5:00am EST
desperate need of food, water and medicine. some flown to the united states and now other pending adoptions are now in limbo. >>> and raising millions in mere hours for haiti. the rich and famous joined larry king to help one of the poorest nations in the world. alina cho has the highlights of a telethon
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